“Unlike specialty journals, Journal of Women’s Health is comprehensive in the variety of subjects that it covers. It is a great resource for a variety of issues important to women, and I continue to value its contents and editorials.”
Professor, OB/GYN and Medicine
Director of the Immunology Center at the Miriam Hospital
“Journal of Women’s Health covers a broad range of clinical, research, and public policy topics in women’s health and sex-based biology. It’s a ‘must-read’ publication and helps to keep me abreast of the latest advances in this important and interdisciplinary field.”
JoAnn E. Manson, MD, DrPH
Brigham & Women’s Hospital
"Journal of Women's Health publishes work on health issues across disciplines, which is rare. That allows me to keep current on, for instance, issues are diverse as female circumcision research in North Africa and cancer epidemiology in the U.S."
Department of Applied Sciences
"Journal of Women's Health is a wonderful resource that keeps me up to date on women's health without being so specific as to concentrate on just reproductive issues. The variety of topics is extremely important and interesting as I build my research in female preventive cardiology."
Jo-Ann Eastwood, PhD, RN, CCNS, ACNP-BC, FAHA
Women's Heart Program
Cedars-Sinai Medical Center
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